Intergraph inducts seven European and North American customers into prestigious 100% club

Intergraph inducts seven European and North American customers into prestigious 100% club

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Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions inducted seven European and North American utility and communications customers into its prestigious 100 Percent Club during the keynote address at GeoSpatial World. This award is bestowed upon utility
companies that have achieved full digital conversion of their geofacilities data. Award recipients include:

  • Antwerpse Waterwerken N.V. (A.W.W.), Belgium – a key water production and
    distribution company serves more than 150,000 private and commercial customers in the city of Antwerp and surrounding areas. A.W.W. owns and operates a distribution network covering approximately 2,600 kilometers and produces and distributes approximately 156 million cubic meters of drinking water per year.
  • Columbia Gulf Transmission, USA – an operating company of NiSource, Inc., Columbia Transmission offers a variety of natural gas transportation and storage services. On average, Columbia Transmission moves more than three billion cubic feet of natural gas per day through a 12,750-mile pipeline network that covers the Midwest, Northeast, and Middle Atlantic states.
  • FLUXYS, Belgium – a leader in the natural gas transport sector in Europe, FLUXYS has one of the best interconnected systems in Western Europe, with 17 points of connection to natural gas sources and neighboring networks. FLUXYS’ network is comprised of 3,730 kilometers of pipeline, associated infrastructure, an underground storage facility and a terminal for liquefied natural gas.
  • Huntsville Utilities Gas Department, USA – manager of a utility infrastructure that experienced phenomenal growth between 1950 and 1970 to keep pace with the city’s development into a metropolis with a significant role in America’s space program. Today, Huntsville Utilities provides water, gas, and electricity to more than a quarter of a million residents in northern Alabama.
  • North-West Sealand Energy Supply Company (NVE A.m.b.a.), Denmark – an
    energy provider of northwestern Sealand, Denmark’s largest and most populous
    island, NVE distributes electricity to 117,000 customers throughout 2,000 square kilometers. NVE produces 57 million KWH of electricity per year.
  • Progress Energy Florida, USA – one of the largest subsidiaries of Progress Energy, the utility is a Fortune 250 diversified energy company with more than 21,900 megawatts of generation capacity and $8 billion in annual revenues. Progress Energy Florida serves 1.4 million electric customers throughout a service territory covering 20,000 square miles in central Florida.
  • Wind Telecomunicazioni, Italy – a market growth leader in fixed and mobile telecommunications sectors, Wind was the first Italian telecommunications company capable of offering integrated fixed-line, mobile, and Internet communications services. Wind serves over 20 million customers.

    Commitment to the 100 percent principle results in increased data accuracy and moves members closer to achieving fully integrated enterprise systems. The automation of the geofacilities model is a prerequisite to integrating other production applications into full Geospatial Resource Management (GRM) systems, which provide the foundation for competitive advantage and superior customer care. Having reached the 100 Percent Club milestone, member companies can expand their production applications to realize all the benefits of an integrated GRM environment.